Next time you look down and see those dreaded marks, try one of these 3 easy fixes recommended by Michelle Phan: Nail polish remover. Dip a q-tip in nail polish remover and dab it on the scuffmark. Be sure to test it on a less-obvious area
i like the allover solo color choice
Glue a magnet to the bottom of the hammer so you don't have to hold nails in your mouth while hanging pictures - (or for other projects. If the bottom of the hammer doesn't work out, a magnet on a clip to a belt would work too - JD)
Fruit Fly trap via Amy Huntley (The Idea Room) This is such a great idea! This time of year, drives me crazy.if you have a fruit fly problem, you will be happy you tried! I'm going to give it a try!
Now that's what I call stain removal success! There are lots of tips, tricks and instructions on Stain Removal 101 that everyone can use. - i'll be happy i pinned this one day
15 Easy and Cheap DIY Projects to Make Your Home a Better Place
We bring you creative DIY ideas on how to reuse and upcycle old stuff you already have to make beautiful and useful things for your home. Most of these ideas are easy and cheap to make and can be done as a small weekend project.
Photocopy Template- How smart is this? Photocopy the back of the item you want to hang, and then use the copy as the template of where to drill/screw/nail the holes.
Extraordinary Uses for 16 Ordinary Household Items
Other uses for common household items: toothpaste, rubber bands, nail polish, tape, etc.